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We are currently recruiting support assistants from creative backgrounds who are comfortable working with young adults with special needs. This particular college are recruiting support assistants with/without experience who are creatively minded and enjoy working with young people. The role will be working with learners in a creative way, applying your skills that help differentiate the work and enable students to understand and access the work in creative way. As a support assistant you will be working with students in class and on a one-to-one basis, supporting students with numeracy/literacy, assisting in outdoor sessions, developing life skills, and providing emotional support.

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We are working closely with a small School in the London Borough of Southwark. The school is a complex mixed needs Secondary School with only 148 students aged between 11 and 19. The school aims to help students be able to communicate as fully as possible, develop as many self-help skills as possible and become independent and included in society. With their own private charity run within the school, the students are extremely supported.

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We are working closely with a small School in the London Borough of Southwark. The school is a complex mixed needs Secondary School with only 148 students aged between 11 and 19. The school aims to help students be able to communicate as fully as possible, develop as many self-help skills as possible and become independent and included in society. With their own private charity run within the school, the students are extremely supported.

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We are working with a lovely Primary School in the London Borough of Southwark. The Primary School supports children with Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) and Social Communication difficulties. The School is Ofsted rated GOOD and believes in supporting and encouraging the children to develop the life skills and independence that they will need for their futures. Each individual child is given the opportunity to enjoy and experience stimulating academic and creative learning experiences that have been adapted to support their own needs.

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We are working closely with a lovely primary school in the London Borough of Southwark. The Primary School is a full time Special Needs setting that supports children who have a variety of Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. With an Ofsted rating of GOOD, the School believes in educating children to the best of their ability academically, socially, emotionally and morally; To support this, the school runs a daily 15-minute mindfulness session for the pupils. The Primary School follows and encourages the National Curriculum and provides a personalised learning experience for each child based on their individual needs.

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As an experienced/qualified Nursery Assistant working on a supply basis through us, you will benefit from working on a full or part time basis to suit your needs and work life balance. You will have the opportunity to work across a variety of Nursery settings across Southwark and surrounding areas. You will also benefit from excellent rates of pay dependant on your experience and qualifications. We work with a variety of Private Day Nurseries across London.

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SEN Teaching Assistant Southwark Part Time Pay: £70.00 - £90.00 Several Ofsted 'Outstanding' rated schools in Southwark are keen to appoint a SEN Teaching Assistant with experience working in both 1:1 and small group settings, to support Early Years to Key Stage 2 students. They are looking for a caring, enthusiastic, and energetic people with proven skills who can provide support for single pupils or small groups, in the classroom and during playtime.

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SEN Teaching Assistant Southwark Full Time Pay: £70.00 - £90.00 Several Ofsted 'Outstanding' rated schools in Southwark are keen to appoint a SEN Teaching Assistant with experience working in both 1:1 and small group settings, to support Early Years to Key Stage 2 students. They are looking for a caring, enthusiastic, and energetic people with proven skills who can provide support for single pupils or small groups, in the classroom and during playtime.

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Job Title: Special Needs Teaching Assistant Location: Southwark Salary Scale: £75 -  £95 Start Date: September 2022 Contract: Temp to perm We are actively on the hunt for inspiring Teaching Assistants, Learning Mentors and learning Support Staff to work in our amazing schools across London. Potential candidates will be responsible for providing 1:1 and small group support to students with special educational needs, such as learning difficulties, autism, and behavioural difficulties. As the ideal candidate, they will provide support with empathy and sensitivity to help students reach their desired goals and support ECHP outcomes. Roles will begin and continue throughout the academic year, with the option for suitable candidates to go on to a fixed term, or permanent contract.

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Geography Teacher London Borough of Southwark  Pay MPS Inner London (minimum £32,157 to maximum £50,935)  (Salary is dependent on experience, training and / or qualifications) The minimum experience, training or qualifications required for this position are a Bachelor of Education / PGCE / or equivalent teaching degree (QTS). Contract Dates September 2022 About We are currently recruiting for a Geography Teacher at a coeducational secondary school and sixth form in the London Borough of Southwark. This Geography Teacher position is required for a September 2022 start and the successful candidate will be required to work full time. The role Geography Teacher Full time MPS Inner London (minimum £32,157 to maximum £50,935)  The school A positive environment with high standards of behaviour Teachers are committed to nurturing the academic and personal growth of students Values of endeavour, empathy, kindness, social justice and community Extensive enrichment curriculum of lectures, community work, educational visits and a range of different clubs and societies Provision of diverse opportunities for all students, broadening their horizons and helping them to positively impact the lives of others We are looking to recruit a Geography Teacher who: Has Qualified Teacher Status Can plan and prepare lessons to a high standard, using a variety of delivery methods in order to facilitate student learning Can set and mark work, including homework in accordance with the school Marking and Feedback Policy Can create a supportive learning environment whereby all students have the opportunity to achieve their individual potential Is able to assess, record and report on students' progress and attainment, whilst maintaining accurate and appropriate records Is confident in preparing students for examinations, both internal and external, including the recording of accurate data Can manage behaviour appropriately in line with the School Behaviour Policy.

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